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Poetry Slam Celebration of Miller Learning Resources Center

From: KVSC
Series: St. Cloud Area Arts & Culture Collage
Length: 30:00

It’s been 10 years since the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University opened its doors to students. Arts & Cultural Heritage Reporter Jeff Carmack recently talked with a variety of folks involved with the year-long celebration of this achievement. From the Dean of Learning Resources to the leaders and coordinators of the poetry slam, including Desdemona and Ibe Kaba, to some of the students who’ve discovered that they, TOO, have a voice, all of it can be found in this feature podcast. Read the full description.

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It’s been 10 years since the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University opened its doors to students. Arts & Cultural Heritage Reporter Jeff Carmack recently talked with a variety of folks involved with the year-long celebration of this achievement.  From the Dean of Learning Resources to the leaders and coordinators of the poetry slam, including Desdemona and Ibe Kaba, to some of the students who’ve discovered that they, TOO, have a voice, all of it can be found in this feature podcast.

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It’s been 10 years since the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University opened its doors to students. Arts & Cultural Heritage Reporter Jeff Carmack recently talked with a variety of folks involved with the year-long celebration of this achievement.  From the Dean of Learning Resources to the leaders and coordinators of the poetry slam, including Desdemona and Ibe Kaba, to some of the students who’ve discovered that they, TOO, have a voice, all of it can be found in this feature podcast.